VIQUA UV Max PRO10 NSF 55 Certified Professional UV Water Sterilizers
with LightWise Lamp Dimming Technology
Validated with NSF 55 Class A, the VIQUA UV Max PRO 10 offers outstanding UV disinfection performance for commercial applications. Rated for flow rates up to 10 gpm (38 lpm) at 40 mJ/cm². VIQUA’s NSF 55 Class A Professional systems feature flow meter technology for accurate real-time UV dose measurement and reporting, together with a completely redesigned UV sensor for vastly improved reliability.
LightWise Lamp Dimming Technology: Dims the lamp under no flow conditions. Benefits include:
Benefits of VIQUA UV Max PRO 10 Professional Commercial Ultraviolet Systems:
Features of UV Max PRO10 UV System:
Benefits of UV Disinfection Water Treatment
Specifications for PRO10
UV Max PRO10 Features
Replacement Parts for PRO10
Typical Installation of VIQUA UV Max PRO10 Whole-House Ultraviolet Water Treatment System.
Vertical Installation is Mandantory
VIQUA’s new LightWise™ technology allows the system’s electronic controller to automatically reduce lamp power during periods of no water flow, reducing the rate of sleeve fouling by up to 60%, and providing estimated energy savings of 30% compared to standard PRO systems. By adjusting the lamp power, water temperature is maintained below 40˚C (104˚F), and the rate of sleeve fouling is consequently reduced by as much as 60%. This can more than double the amount of time between cleanings in the sleeve cleaning maintenance cycle.
In many situations, the most common problem affecting ultraviolet (UV) water disinfection is the fouling of the quartz sleeve which surrounds the UV lamp. The rate of sleeve fouling is influenced by water temperature, water flow, and water quality – specifically the concentrations of calcium, magnesium, and iron in the water, which are the most common constituents that lead to sleeve fouling. Under no-flow conditions through the UV chamber, the water temperature increases, which causes an accelerated rate of calcium, magnesium, and iron deposits precipitating onto the quartz sleeve. This decreases the level of UV transmittance and eventually requires the sleeve to be cleaned. While actual water usage may vary significantly in a 24-hour period, conditions of no water flow typically account for as much as 60% of the day. During this time, the UV lamp heats the water, resulting in water temperatures as high as 55˚C (131˚F) in the chamber and significantly increasing the rate of sleeve fouling.
VIQUA’s new LightWise technology allows the controller to reduce lamp power during periods of no water flow, leading to estimated energy savings of 30%. By adjusting the lamp power, water temperature is maintained below 40˚C (104˚F), and the rate of sleeve fouling is consequently reduced by as much as 60%. This can more than double the amount of time between sleeve cleaning cycles.
Benefits of LightWise Technology in Ultraviolet Water Treatment
Lower maintenance (Up to 60% less maintenance)
- Decrease conditions that contribute to fouling and corresponding maintenance.
- Increase time period between required maintenance
- Eliminates the need for a complicated mechanical sleeve cleaning system
Lower energy consumption
- Estimated energy savings of 30% (A typical two unit installation uses 1400 kW/yr)
Lower Operating Temperature
- Water temperature is maintained below 40˚C (104˚F) in no-flow conditions
- Eliminates the need for hot water purging in no-flow conditions